Ancient Egyptian brewer's tomb found
Archaeologists have discovered the tomb of a brewer who served an ancient Egyptian court more than 3,000 years ago in Luxor.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at BBC News.
#1 Jan 5, 2014
From bbc.com :
The man buried in it was "head of beer production", archaeologists say.
A Japanese team found the tomb during work on another tomb belonging to a top official under Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who died around 1354 BC.
Me: Yet EU/Germany et al tell today the world otherwise.
#2 Jan 11, 2014
Head of beer production. There's a laffer. Actually, the Japanese excavation was for a horde (26 or 27) of quarters buried by little Hamid Kibbe a couple of years ago. It had to do with some wacky Japanese game show with big foam rubber feet, crocodiles (also foam rubber), and durian fruit. Long story short, Hamid's mother was pissed that he stole her pin money and threatened to lash him but good. The Japanese heard about it (how?) and felt a moral imperative to save poor Hamid from abuse (why?). They gave him a bike. Now nobody cares. Makes you wonder just what in hell this world is coming to. Sheesh.
Add your comments below
|Tonga's Nukuleka, the birth place of Polynesia (Jan '08)||Aug 9||tongangodz||1,979|
|Lost cities of the Midwest: A trek back to pre-...||Jul 28||Von Zipper||7|
|Secret Tunnel Discovered Beneath the Ancient Te...||Jul '17||La Femme Accident||1|
|Harding to open biblical archaeology museum||Jul '17||Resident||23|
|Humans in America 100,000 years earlier than pr...||Jul '17||pshun2404||26|
|Blackdom history little known (Feb '11)||Jun '17||spydie||35|
|Volunteers wanted to join community archaeologi...||Jun '17||dig||1|
Find what you want!
Search Archaeology Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC